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  • WHY: To enable those responsible for project or programme-level M&E benefit from the latest M&E thinking and practice, including results approaches.
  • WHO: 15 participants
  • WHAT: Monitoring and Evaluation
  • HOW: 5/10 days workshop
  • WHERE: Cape Town
  • WHEN: October 2018
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Monitoring and Evaluation training in Cape Town
  • WHY: To improve technology generation and dissemination within and among participating countries in southern Africa
  • WHO: Ministry of Agriculture, Mozambique
  • WHAT: Monitoring and Evaluation
  • HOW: 10 days tailor made workshop
  • WHERE: UK
  • WHEN: October 2017
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Researchers develop Strategy
  • WHY: To develop of what M&E means to ACRA.
  • WHO: NGO ACRA
  • WHAT: Monitoring and Evaluation
  • HOW: workshop
  • WHERE: Milan, Italy
  • WHEN: September 2017
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ToC and MandE with ACRA
  • WHY: To designe a Participatory M&E system integrated with qualitative data collection and analysis.
  • WHO: WWF Russia
  • WHAT: Monitoring and Evaluation
  • HOW: workshop
  • WHERE: Murmansk, Russia
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Supporting WWF Russia staff
  • WHY: To reflect and learn on the 5-year experience of implementing the IAPP Project with a qualitative retrospective approach, specifically focusing on capacity development elements to generate recommendations to help for similar future project design
  • WHO: The Integrated Agricultural Productivity Project (IAPP) & Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) Technical Assistance (TA) component
  • WHAT: We designed & facilitated a 'Reflection and Learning Workshop’ to review the 5-year IAPP project which was a collaboration between the Government of Bangladesh, GAFSP, The World Bank & FAO
  • HOW: Using exercises, activities, and discussions that encouraged reflection, organisational learning and uncovered tacit knowledge
  • WHERE: Dhaka/Coxs Bazaar, Bangladesh
  • WHEN: September 2016
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Reflection and Learning Workshop
  • WHY: To identify key transformations in women´s lives and measure shifts in power towards women
  • WHO: Women participating in ActionAid women’s rights programmes
  • WHAT: An evaluation of ActionAid’s work on women’s rights and development of a methodology
  • HOW: A 3 day workshop the worked with up to seven leaders from the community groups to identify key transformations in women´s lives and to analyse power dynamics behind these changes
  • WHERE: UK, Cambodia and Rwanda
  • WHEN: February – June 2016
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An evaluation of women’s rights
  • WHY: To harmonise the knowledge among middle managers and senior programme and project staff around key concepts for effective management.
  • WHO: MSDSP Aga Khan Foundation
  • WHAT: Facilitating a 5 day workshop on management in general with a focus on Project cycle, KM, M&E and Leadership
  • HOW: Exercises & discussion
  • WHERE: Dushanbe, Tajikistan
  • WHEN: February 2016
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A 5-day workshop on management
  • WHY: As part of IDS’s support to SDC’s Participation and Equity (PyE) municipal governance and development programme in Cuba
  • WHO: Cuban NGO leaders
  • WHAT: The Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and IMA International recently collaborated to deliver a training course in Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation.
  • HOW: IMA invited guest speakers and facilitators, including associate Iñigo Retolaza, Dr Alejandra Boni and Dr Sergio Belda from the faculty of the Polytechnic University of Valencia.
  • WHERE: Valencia, Spain
  • WHEN: February – March 2016
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Participatory MEL
  • WHY: To improve food security in Ethiopia.
  • WHAT: Monitoring and Evaluation
  • HOW: Training
  • WHERE: Bangkok
  • WHEN: November 2016
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